The NBA is similar to a revolving door in the sense that one player will come into a situation and another will leave within the blink of an eye. Such is life as a player in a league filled with expendables.
Legacy means nothing to general managers, who evaluate players from year to year.
It means everything, however, to the individual looking for the proper situation. Each NBA athlete is an irreplaceable force who deserves what he wants, when he wants it.
If you don't believe me, study up on the Dwight Howard saga. Then you'll have a greater understanding of how this league works.
With this in mind, it's safe to say that another episode of Player vs. Franchise could transpire. While this does not suggest that each player will offer such a sour taste in the mouths of their respective franchises, it does acknowledge a player's need for a fitting situation.
In the following slides, the next generation of "trade me now" players will be ranked in terms of likelihood that they request a move. Regardless of how modest or blunt their requests are, one thing is for certain.
There will be movement on the trade wire.